With a 499 gross tonnage, the newest contract from Sunreef Yachts is big, in multiple ways. It also continues the yard’s growth in both the megayacht market and the power market. The 110 Sunreef Power, a catamaran configuration like the rest of the yard’s launches, should see delivery in about two years. The 110 Sunreef
A small superyacht that offers about a dozen different interior configurations may sound like impossibility. But, Sunreef Yachts makes it possible with the 80 Sunreef Power, and the owners of Aria are the first to put it to the test. This flexibility in design is what makes the power catamaran all the more attractive. Sunreef
Forty-two days remain until the annual Cannes Yachting Festival. While not exclusively a superyacht show, it does showcase a healthy number of new and brokerage yachts to 180 feet (55 meters). This “smaller” emphasis makes the Cannes Yachting Festival ideal for seeing global premieres that might otherwise get lost in the sea of super-size superyachts
Meet the newest customer to commission a mega catamaran from Sunreef Yachts. To be clear, tennis superstar Rafael Nadal does need to wait a while before cruising onboard. Regardless, Nadal’s new 80 Sunreef Power is the result of his love of the water and chartering catamarans from the company. In fact, Nadal is a seasoned
Private cruises are on the itinerary for the happy owner of the new Sunreef 80 Gija. The sailing catamaran is currently in Northern European waters, having seen delivery just in recent weeks. Gija, as her model name suggests, measures 80 feet (24.4 meters), with an elbowroom-friendly 37’7” (11.5-meter) beam, thanks to her twin hulls. In
The Cannes Yachting Festival in September will be customers’ first chance to step onboard the 80 Sunreef Power. While hull number one premieres there, a few hulls are already on order. Sunreef is showing off what a few of these customers have requested in terms of the interior layouts and designs, to pique further interest.